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Revision as of 16:16, 19 November 2018

Welcome to the LogicalDOC Wiki

Users
System Administrators
Developers


LogicalDOC is a Web-based, open source document management software that is very simple to use and suitable for organizations of any size and type.

LogicalDOC uses the best-of-breed Java technologies such as Spring, Hibernate and AJAX and can run on any system, from Windows to Linux or MAC OS X.

The features included in the community edition — including workflow light, version control and the full-text search engine - help manage the document lifecycle, encourage cooperation, allow to quickly find the document you need without wasting time.

The application is implemented as a plugin system that allows you to easily add new features through the ability to engage the various extension points predisposed. Moreover, the presence of Web services ensures that LogicalDOC can be easily integrated with other systems.


LogicalDOC Community Edition is licensed under the GNU LGPL version 3.0


LogicalDOC is available in several flavors: